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to use in helmets for soldiers in afghanistan. but kevlar also works closer to home in places where tornadoes can send debris crashing into houses at more than 100 miles per hour. and when kevlar-filled panels are used to make a safe-room in a house, this is what happens. all the research at dupont has one point and that's the bottom line. it's a legacy kullman would like to leave with dupont. she delivers that message everywhere she goes, even as she spoke to graduates at lehigh university. >> we've seen pretty much everything that two centuries of a turbulent world history can throw at a company. we're still here because we learned to be resilient. we learned how to use science to innovate, and we learned how to transform ourselves in an ever- changing world. >> susie: when the chapter on ellen kullman is written in the dupont history books-- what do you want it to say about you? >> market-driven science. >> susie: and that's important because? >> it's important because for our science to be relevant, for us to be successful, our science has to be relevant to our customers. that s
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